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 By Arch Bell

Andres Guardado, Michael Bradley make up Copa America Worst XI

The crew answer your tweets about the United States and the upcoming match between Spain and Italy.

While Chile, Argentina and Colombia made up the bulk of the Copa America Centenario Best XI, let us not forget those who were not at their best in the month of June in the United States.

With that, we present the Copa America Centenario Worst XI.

GK Johnny Placide, Haiti -- It was a rough tournament for Haiti, especially in the 7-1 loss to Brazil in which Placide did his team no favors by sending outlet passes right to the feet of Brazilian players. Conceded 12 goals in three matches.

DF...

 By Tim Vickery

Messi's retirement among biggest takeaways from Copa Centenario

Argentina World Cup winner Mario Kempes joins SportsCenter to discuss Lionel Messi's decision to retire from international football.

Might Lionel Messi have been shaping up to retire from international football even if Argentina had won the Copa Centenario? It is a possibility. The criticisms of the Argentine FA that he said he would outline after the tournament, and the way he said he had been thinking about his decision, could add up to a plan of jumping ship whatever happened at MetLife Stadium.

If this is the case, then Argentina's penalty shootout defeat to Chile -- and Messi's missed kick -- probably make a rethink more...

 By Arch Bell

Lionel Messi, Alexis Sanchez lead way in Copa America Best XI

ESPN's Kevin Negandhi reports on the news of Lionel Messi's announcement of his retirement from international football.

The Copa America Centenario is done and dusted, with Chile claiming their second major trophy in as many years, a 4-2 victory on penalties over Argentina. There were a number of stalwart performances from players throughout the tournament, yet only a select number made the ESPN FC Copa America Best XI.

GK David Ospina, Colombia -- Arguably the toughest decision of them all. Ospina had a very good tournament from start to finish for Colombia, including a massive save to deny Peru a late winner...

Bobby Wood emerges as a Copa America positive for the U.S.

The crew answer your tweets about the United States and the upcoming match between Spain and Italy.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the United States' loss to Colombia and their run at Copa America.

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- As the U.S. players navigated their way through the postmatch mixed zone Saturday night, the mood was upbeat. Granted, the team had been beaten 1-0 by Colombia for the second time this tournament, forcing the Americans to settle for a fourth-place finish in the Copa America Centenario. But the talk among them was almost universally positive.

"You can see that we can battle with almost everybody," said midfielder Jermaine Jones.

"I think there's a lot of positive that you can take...

 By Jason Davis

Bobby Wood, Clint Dempsey were United States' best in Colombia defeat

The ESPN FC crew discuss the United States' loss to Colombia and their run at Copa America.

It wasn't the stakes they had hoped to play for, but the United States entered Saturday's third-place match with a chance to prove their chops against one of the top South American sides when they took on Colombia in Phoenix.

The Americans opened the tournament with a 2-0 loss to Los Cafeteros in the group stage, so that match was also a chance for a small measure of revenge.

John Brooks and Fabian Johnson missed out due to injury, and Tim Howard got his first start of the Copa America in net.

The...

U.S. doesn't capitalize on goal-scoring opportunities in defeat to Colombia

The ESPN FC crew discuss the United States' loss to Colombia and their run at Copa America.
The crew answer your tweets about the United States and the upcoming match between Spain and Italy.

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Colombia defeated the U.S. 1-0 in the third-place game of the Copa America Centenario. Carlos Bacca's first-half goal proved to be the difference and forced the U.S. to settle for fourth place.

Here are three thoughts from the match.

1. U.S. looks better, but Colombia's cutting edge makes the difference

U.S. manager Jurgen Klinsmann said he wanted to see some improvement since these two teams met in the group stage, when Los Cafeteros recorded a 2-0 victory. Certainly, when it...